Monthly Luncheon: Benefits and ERISA: Washington Update presented by Ron Triche, Director of Government Affairs for ASPPA

  • 06 Nov 2014
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Phoenix Country Club (at 7th Street and Thomas)

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MONTHLY LUNCHEON

BENEFITS AND ERISA: WASHINGTON UPDATE
Thursday, November 6, 2014

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Phoenix Country Club
7th Street and Thomas Road

 

Present by Ronald J. Triche, Esq., APM, General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs for ASPPA

 

Developments in Washington continue to have a profound impact on the design and administration of retirement plans. The Tax Reform Act of 2014, sponsored by the chair of the House Ways and Means Committee, Dave Camp (R –MI), would dramatically reduce the tax incentives that spur many small business owners to establish and maintain a qualified retirement plan. The President’s latest budget would do much the same.  Learn about these proposals, how ASPPA’s Government Affairs Committee is responding and the impact of the mid-term elections on the process. In addition, hear about the latest DOL and IRS regulatory initiatives, including the recently proposed regulations that if adopted, will mandate that a summary or guide be provided along with the other disclosure documents required by ERISA §408(b)(2). 

Ronald J. Triche, Esq., APM

 

 

Ronald J. Triche serves as Associate General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs for ASPPA.  In his role as Director of Government Affairs, he manages the ASPPA Government Affairs Committee and develops regulatory comments through a committee process, drafts summaries of agency guidance and presents ASPPA’s position to agencies such as the DOL, IRS, PBGC, SEC and on Capitol Hill.  Prior to joining ASPPA, Ron was a shareholder at Trucker Huss in San Francisco, where he practiced in the areas of ERISA and qualified plans for 12 years.

 

 

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